We are happy to announce the release of Stardog 7.1.1.
This release fixes a security vulnerability in LDAP authentication due to caching. If the user cache is enabled then after a successful authentication is cached an intruder can gain access by using a valid username with an invalid password. This vulnerability affects all the Stardog versions but only if LDAP has been enabled by the user. The default authentication mechanism in Stardog is not affected.
If you have enabled LDAP authentication for Stardog you are strongly urged to upgrade to the latest version or disable the user cache as explained in the documentation.
There are several other improvements and bug fixes included in this release that you can read about in the release notes .